A roar shook Hayward as Leonel Manzano, Matthew Centrowitz and Andrew Wheating crossed the finish line.
Former University President Richard Lariviere stopped on campus Thursday afternoon to have his official presidential portrait taken. Unlike previous presidents, Lariviere’s portrait will not be a painting — instead, Lariviere requested a photo with University students in the background.
Editorial: Timing of president announcement further proof that OUS isn’t interested in the student voice
A trend is becoming clear here: Decisions that greatly affect us are made during times when we are least capable of expressing our collective voice.
The Ducks found their swing on Sunday, consistently moving players around the diamond to eight runs, defeating the Austin Peay Governors 8-1. With the win, the Ducks advance to the Super Regional, the final step before the College World Series in Omaha.
University community, Fraternity and Sorority Life members using social media to mourn the loss of Chi Omega member.
University students, faculty and alumni showed up in large numbers to volunteer at the Eugene Marathon on Sunday.
According to researchers, many low socioeconomic children endure large amounts of stress, which could lead to attention problems that affect many areas of a child’s growth, such as linguistics and emotional development.
On Saturday, the University of Oregon’s Competition Not Conflict Club hosted a Ping Pong Diplomacy Tournament. The tournament was a part of the larger “Nixon in China” series of event that continues through March 18th with the conclusion of the Nixon in China Opera.
200 registered participants and over 30 volunteers spent the day together partaking in a variety of workshops and seminars aimed at embodying the mission of the summit, “United: acknowledging the past, being present, and creating change.”
Eugene police responded to a 911 call reporting a burglary Thursday afternoon near the 3300 block of Stoney Ridge Road. The call was received at 3 p.m., and the Eugene police and Violent Crimes Unit responded to the scene. While at the home, shots were fired and one of the …
The UO ranks 10th in the number of undergraduates serving abroad according to the Peace Corps.
Students express their opinions’ on the recent announcement that ASUO Vice President Katie Taylor is married to the former OSPIRG board chair, Charles Denson.
The student recreation center has seen its highest participation numbers in school history since the start of winter quarter. Last Monday, the SRC saw 5,185 students use the facility, followed by more than 6,000 students on both Tuesday and Wednesday. Bryan Haunert, the associate director of physical education and recreation, …
Oregon Congressman Peter DeFazio was on campus Thursday morning to give a talk to a political science class.
In a special meeting today, the State Board of Higher Education unanimously appointed Robert Berdahl as interim University president.
In an exclusive interview with the Emerald, Lariviere opened up about the University’s relationship with the Oregon University System, the lack of funding at the University and his future.
In an interview with the Emerald, University President Richard Lariviere speaks his mind. Be sure to check back on Monday for the full 20-minute interview.
In a statement released on Wednesday, Oregon Democratic Rep. Peter DeFazio said he is disappointed in the Oregon University System’s unanimous decision to remove University President Richard Lariviere from office. DeFazio not only comments on the president’s removal, but he also argues that the OUS chancellor’s office should be abolished.
I am a senior at the University and I am writing to express my dismay and outrage over the Oregon University System’s unjust decision to fire University President Richard Lariviere, and to express my concern for the future of the University.
In an emergency meeting held on Nov 28, the OUS voted unanimously to remove President Richard Lariviere from office by Dec 28.
Here is a complete transcript of Lariviere’s statement to the Oregon State Board of Higher Education, presented on Nov 28.
In an email to students, staff and faculty Tuesday night, University President Richard Lariviere said that the State Board of Higher Education would not be renewing his employment contract, which is set to expire July 1, 2012.
Photos and audio: University holds public forum on changes to OMAS, students express their frustrations
On Thursday, a public forum regarding the future of the Office of Multicultural Academic Success (OMAS) was held in the EMU Fir Room. OMAS’ pending change to the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (CMAE) caused frustration among many students who use its resources.
Though the current organization model may still change, many Office of Multicultural Academic Success students are concerned that their voices have not been heard from the beginning. Approximately two dozen students protested the changes during the homecoming parade on Friday, wearing white shirts and carrying signs in support of OMAS.